Whether you have a new or aging paint booth, the steps you take throughout the painting process — from prep work to the final finish — can significantly impact how well your booth performs. By following proper paint booth procedures, you can improve the quality of your paint finishes and increase the overall productivity of your booth.
For collision repair centers and industrial manufacturers who own a paint booth, one of the easiest ways to protect the environment is to properly dispose of paint booth exhaust filters. Since most paint that is sprayed contains hazardous compounds and is potentially flammable, extra care must be taken when it is time to dispose of your filters.
When investing in a paint booth, choosing the ideal airflow style for your business’ needs is perhaps the most important decision. The airflow style you pick for your paint booth plays a big part when it comes to finish quality and contamination control, as well as capital costs and operational expenses.
Whereas proper cleaning in your workspaces, common spaces and frequently touched locations is critical to reducing the spread of germs and keeping everyone healthy, proper cleaning and maintenance methods in the paint booth contribute to higher quality paint jobs, less rework, longer-lasting parts and components, and the protection of your employees and facility.
If your automotive body shop is attempting to obtain OEM certification, there is likely a long list of requirements. One item on the list that is often overlooked is the importance of high-quality lighting, as better visibility in your shop will help you produce a better finish and avoid costly rework, as well as give a better impression and assurance to customers.
Environmental rooms can be the answer for industrial and aerospace businesses looking to better control the environment around their equipment. Here are five reasons why an environmental room is needed for an industrial or aerospace manufacturer or business:
To recirculate air or not to recirculate? That is the question facing industrial manufacturers needing a new paint booth that offers temperature and humidity controls for specific liquid coatings.
Several considerations must be taken when choosing between a gas and electric oven, as your decision will have a direct impact on your business’ financial and production capabilities. We have identified four things for you to know about gas and electric ovens.
Regulating the temperature in your paint booth regardless of the temperatures outside is important to ensure consistency for both spraying and curing, which increases efficiency and reduces rework. Luckily, there is a mode for that — and now is the ideal time to activate it. With summer/winter mode on Global Finishing Solutions (GFS) Air Make-Up […]